Simrad Marine Electronics Setup and Commissioning Instructions

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Simrad Marine
Electronics
Setup and
Commissioning
Instructions
for
Boatbuilders
and Dealers
18_8_2010
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1. Introduction and Contents
The purpose of this document is to set out, in clear and simple instructions, the installation and
commissioning requirements for Simrad Products and Networks.
1.
Introduction and Contents ............................................................................................................................................. 2
2.
Software Verification and Certificate of Installation ....................................................................................................... 4
3
4
5
2.1
Software Check ............................................................................................................................................................ 4
2.2
Software Update Method .............................................................................................................................................. 4
2.3
Network Verification and Certificate of Installation ........................................................................................................ 4
IS20 Instruments ................................................................................................................................................................. 6
3.1
IS20 Combi; Data Source Setup - Global SimNet Reset............................................................................................... 6
3.2
IS20 Combi; Language Setup ....................................................................................................................................... 6
3.3
IS20 Wind; Wind Vane Offset ....................................................................................................................................... 6
3.4
IS20 Combi; Depth Calibration ...................................................................................................................................... 6
3.5
IS20 Combi; Boat Speed Calibration............................................................................................................................. 7
3.6
Installing and Wiring the IS20 Wind Vane ..................................................................................................................... 7
NSE Navigation System ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
4.1
Setting the Power Control. ............................................................................................................................................ 8
4.2
Data Sources Setup. ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
4.3
Languages, Time and Units. ......................................................................................................................................... 8
4.4
Depth and Speed Calibration, Transducer Type ........................................................................................................... 8
4.5
Autopilot Setup .............................................................................................................................................................. 8
4.5.1
Setting the Boat Type ........................................................................................................................................... 8
4.5.2
Confirming the Drive Voltage................................................................................................................................ 9
4.5.3
Execute a Rudder Test (Vessels with Rudder Feedback) .................................................................................... 9
4.5.4
Execute a Rudder Test (Vessels using Virtual Rudder Feedback) ....................................................................... 9
4.5.5
Confirming the Drive Engage ............................................................................................................................... 9
4.5.6
Sea Trial: Compass Calibration and Autotune Steering Parameters. ................................................................... 9
4.6
3G Radar Setup ............................................................................................................................................................ 9
4.7
HD Radar Setup (2kW and 4kW Radomes, 6kW,12kw,25kw Arrays) ........................................................................... 9
Autopilot Setup (excluding Virtual Rudder Feedback) ....................................................................................................... 11
5.1 Setting the Vessel Type and Rudder Feedback Limits (excluding vessels without a rudder feedback, see following
section) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
6
5.2
Confirming the Drive Voltage ...................................................................................................................................... 11
5.3
Confirming the Drive Engage ...................................................................................................................................... 11
5.4
Execute a Rudder Test ............................................................................................................................................... 11
5.5
Sea trial: Setting Rudder 0 and Calibrating the Compass. .......................................................................................... 12
Autopilot Setup (vessels with Virtual Rudder Feedback)................................................................................................... 13
6.1
Vessels with Virtual Rudder Feedback........................................................................................................................ 13
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Confirming the Drive Voltage ...................................................................................................................................... 13
6.3
Confirming the Drive Engage ...................................................................................................................................... 13
6.4
Execute a Rudder Test ............................................................................................................................................... 13
6.5
Sea trial: Setting Rudder 0 and Calibrating the Compass. .......................................................................................... 13
7
AI50 Class B AIS............................................................................................................................................................... 14
7.1
AI50 Installation........................................................................................................................................................... 14
7.2
AI50 Setup .................................................................................................................................................................. 14
8
NAIS-300 Class B AIS ...................................................................................................................................................... 15
8.1
NAIS-300 Installation .................................................................................................................................................. 15
8.2
NAIS-300 Setup .......................................................................................................................................................... 15
9
RS82/87 System VHF ....................................................................................................................................................... 16
9.1
Verify Position Data..................................................................................................................................................... 16
9.2
RS82/87 VHF Setup.................................................................................................................................................... 16
9.3
RS82/87 MMSI Number .............................................................................................................................................. 16
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WR20 Wireless Remote Commander ......................................................................................................................... 17
10.1
WR20 Installation.................................................................................................................................................... 17
10.2
WR20 Setup ........................................................................................................................................................... 17
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2. Software Verification and Certificate of Installation
2.1 Software Check
The Simrad Software Upgrade Tool (SWUP) is an essential requirement for managing software
verification and upload processes. It is an NMEA2000 to PC interface system and is a powerful tool
that will also help you with troubleshooting and with QC control. The SWUP tool (also known as
ST10) can be ordered from your Simrad supplier, p/n 000-00020-001 .
To confirm that all Instruments have latest software connect the SimNet Data Reader/Software
Upgrade Tool (SWUP) to the network and run the Software Upgrade program. This will display the
software versions of all SimNet enabled products (eg IS20, AP24, NSE, NSO, RS80) on the
network and is essential for carrying out software updates to IS20, AP24, AP28 and associated
active SimNet devices such as RF25 and FC40.
The displayed software versions can be cross referenced against latest software from a table of
Software Versions which is kept up to date in the Software Downloads section of the Simrad Support
web. This can be accessed by logging in to http://cs.simradyachting.com/ ,
Note that for the RS25 (and any other products that do are not fully NMEA 2000 compliant) it is not
possible to read the software version using the SWUP Tool. In such cases it will be necessary to
check the product label.
2.2 Software Update Method
The method for updating the software varies from one product to another. The Software Version table, referenced
above, describes which method to use for each product eg by using the SWUP (ST10) tool or by USB stick or by SD
card.
2.3 Network Verification and
Certificate of Installation
It is essential to verify the network integrity and
take a record of the installation using the SWUP
(ST10) tool.
From the “Software Upgrade” startup screen click
on the “Commissioning Wizard” button.
In step 1 you must see 3 green ticks before
proceeding. A red cross indicated a problem that
must be corrected before proceeding.
Enter relevant details in Steps 2 & 3.
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In Step 4 manually enter the details of any
products that are not automatically detected these are devices that are not connected directly to
the SimNet network for example RS10,RS25,BSM1, StructureScan, Radar Processor for HD Radars,
BR24 Radome.
Step 5 can normally be skipped unless it is
necessary to reset a product back to factory
defaults
Step 6 allows Autopilot steering parameters to be
imported from a manually created setup file. If
setup files have not been created skip this step.
During the process an Excel “Certificate of
Installation” is created that contains all of the
products, their serial numbers and software
versions. This file must be saved and emailed
to Navico (natalie.griffiths@navico.com)
A copy of the Certificate should also be printed and filed on board with the boats documents.
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3 IS20 Instruments
The first task prior to setting up any instruments is to assign the data sources to the network. Note that the
instructions below for the IS20 Combi are generally applicable to the IS20 Graphic.
**All data sources (speed and depth transducers, GPS, Wind Transducer, compass etc) must be connected to
the network prior to assigning up the data sources.**
3.1 IS20 Combi; Data Source Setup - Global SimNet Reset.
On the IS20 Combi press MENU.
Select Service then press MENU
Select Resets then press MENU
Select Global then press MENU
Confirm Display shows “Setup sources now?” press MENU
Ensure that all connected products are on and then press MENU
When Completed press MENU
All displays should now show speed, depth, wind, position, compass heading etc depending on what data
sources are on the network.
3.2 IS20 Combi; Language Setup
Power on the Instruments
On the IS20 Combi press the MENU key
Select Setup then press MENU.
Select Language then press MENU
Highlight the required language then press MENU
Note that all instruments and AP24 autopilots will all reconfigure to the selected language.
Repeatedly press key to return to the main display.
3.3 IS20 Wind; Wind Vane Offset
Ensure
On the IS20 Analogue Wind Display press MENU.
Press the key until the digital display shows “oFS.A”
the wind vane is in the dead ahead position eg by motoring directly into the wind.
Press MENU to initiate the automatic wind angle offset. Once completed the display flashes “yes”,
press MENU to accept the automatic offset. The display will blink “oFS.A” for 10 seconds and will
then show “donE”
3.4 IS20 Combi; Depth Calibration
On the IS20 Combi press MENU.
Select Installation then pressMENU
Select Calibration then press MENU
Select Depth then press MENU
Entering a negative value of the vertical distance between the transducer and the keel will display
depth measured below the keel.
To return to the main display press <key repeatedly.
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3.5 IS20 Combi; Boat Speed Calibration
On the IS20 Combi press MENU.
Select Installation then pressMENU
Select Calibration then press MENU
Select Boat Speed then press MENU
Choose calibration method: calibrate boat speed to GPS speed or enter a correction factor. Once
selected press MENU
To return to the main display press <key repeatedly.
3.6 Installing and Wiring the IS20 Wind Vane
If the yacht arrives with the mast un-stepped it will be necessary to install the supplied Wind Vane and to
connect the mast cable.
Attach the wind vane mounting plate to the top of the mast. The
ideal orientation is with the wind vane pointing dead ahead.
The wind vane assembly simply clicks onto the mounting plate.
The mast is prewired with the masthead wind cable. Locate the
end of the cable and insert the yellow ended SimNet cable into
the mast vane socket. Push the stainless retaining clip over the
cable to prevent it working loose, Figure 1.
Once the mast has been stepped locate the end of the mast
cable inside the boat. Locate the 3 way (or 7 way) SimNet joiner
at the foot of the mast. If there is a small plug (termination
plug) in the joiner remove it. Plug the mast cable into any spare
port in the joiner.
Power up the IS20 System and follow the procedure for the IS20
Wind Vane Setup in Error! Reference source not found..
Figure 1: Retaining Clip
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4 NSE Navigation System
4.1 Setting the Power Control.
When the NSE is installed with the yellow signal wire connect to 12V it will power on when
the panel breaker is on and switch off when the panel breaker is off. In order to also allow
the unit to switch on and off from the normal NSE PWR key it is necessary to do the
following
Press MENU twice to enter the main Settings menu and then select
System,
Select Power Control and then tick the box marked Master.
4.2 Data Sources Setup.
Press MENU twice to enter the main Settings menu and then select Network,
Select Sources.
Select Auto Selection.
4.3 Languages, Time and Units.
Press MENU twice to enter the main Settings menu and then select System, change the Language as
required
In the same Menu scroll down to Time and change settings as required.
Return to the main Settings menu select Units, scroll down the list and change settings as required.
4.4 Depth and Speed Calibration, Transducer Type
Note: Only relevant when Depth and Speed are interfaced to the NSE.
To enter a Depth Offset: Press MENU twice then select Echo
Select Installation and highlight the Depth Offset box. Enter the required offset then select SAVE.
Enter a negative value to give depth below keel and positive value to give depth below waterline.
To enter a speed offset highlight the Water Speed Calibration box, enter the required adjustment
then select SAVE
For systems with the BSM-1 Echosounder module return to the Installation Menu and then select
Transducer Type - choose the correct transducer (normally this will be the …….).
Press X to return to the main display
4.5 Autopilot Setup
The NSE also operates as a fully functional Autopilot control. When an Autopilot is installed it can either
be commissioned from the NSE display or from the AP24 control head (if installed). The procedure using
the AP24 control head is covered in section 5.
Note: NSE software for EVC/IPS control is due for release in June 2011 (software version
3.0)
Note: Check that the fuse is correctly installed in AC12 or AC42 prior to autopilot setup. The
fuse is not installed by defaultuntil correct polarity of the power connection has been
confirmed.
4.5.1 Setting the Boat Type
Press the MENU key twice then select Autopilot
Select Installation then select Commissioning
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automatically show Virtual Feedback
In the same menu screen select Rudder Feedback Calibration and follow the on screen instructions.
4.5.2 Confirming the Drive Voltage
Select Installation then select Commissioning
Highlight 12V or 24V according to the drive unit. Press MENU
! Selecting the wrong voltage may cause damage to the Autopilot Computer
4.5.3 Execute a Rudder Test (Vessels with Rudder Feedback)
!
In the same onscreen menu select Rudder Test. Press MENU
Centre the rudder and press 10> key ( softkey)
Wait for the automatic rudder test to complete. Once completed press MODE ( softkey)
Stand Clear of the Wheel as it Turns
Press STBY to return to Standby Mode
4.5.4 Execute a Rudder Test (Vessels using Virtual Rudder Feedback)
In the same onscreen menu select Rudder Test. Press MENU
Follow all on screen instructions.
4.5.5 Confirming the Drive Engage
Select Installation then select Rudder Drive
Select Clutch
4.5.6 Sea Trial: Compass Calibration and Autotune Steering Parameters.
Press the MENU key twice then select Network
Select Device List and then select the Compass that is installed on the vessel
Select Calibrate and follow the on screen instructions.
When the calibration is complete check the compass reading against a known heading or bearing and if
necessary adjust the Heading Offset value until the Compass displays the correct heading.
Carry out an Autotune: Press the MENU key twice then select Autopilot
Select Installation then select Commissioning
Ensure that you are in clear water and then select Autotune and follow the on screen instructions.
4.6 3G Radar Setup
Antenna Height and Bearing Alignment:
Press the RADAR key to bring up the main radar display
Press MENU and then switch the Radar to Transmit
Press MENU twice to enter the main Settings menu and then select Radar
Select Installation, and then Adjust Antenna Height. Enter the height of the scanner above the
water
Before adjusting the bearing alignment ensure that the Compass Calibration and Heading Offset in
Section 4.5.6 or 5.5 are already completed.
To adjust the bearing alignment. Select Adjust Bearing Alignment and with ship’s bow pointed at
known object adjust the bearing alignment until the object that is dead ahead is under the ships
heading marker.
4.7 HD Radar Setup (2kW and 4kW Radomes, 6kW,12kw,25kw Arrays)
Antenna Height and Bearing Alignment and range Offset:
Follow the instructions above to set the Radar Height and Bearing Offset
In the same Installation menu select Adjust range Offset.
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The best way to adjust the range offset is to position the vessel stationary about 150-200m from a
straight feature like a jetty or sea wall. Set the radar to 1/8nm range. If the straight feature appears
curved adjust the range offset until it straight.
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5 Autopilot Setup (excluding Virtual Rudder Feedback)
The NSE also operates as a fully functional Autopilot control. When an NSE is installed the Autpilot can
either be commissioned from the NSE display or from the AP24 control head (if installed). The procedure
using the Autopilot control head is covered below.
The instructions below are for the AP24 Autopilot but are generally applicable to the AP28 as well.
Note: Check that the fuse is correctly installed in AC12 or AC42 prior to autopilot setup. The
fuse is not installed by defaultuntil correct polarity of the power connection has been
confirmed.
5.1 Setting the Vessel Type and Rudder Feedback Limits (excluding
vessels without a rudder feedback, see following section)
Press the PWR key to switch on.
Press the MENU key
Select Installation then press MENU
Select Commissioning then pressMENU
Select Dockside then press MENU
Select Boat type then press MENU
Press or keys to select the correct boat type then press MODE ( softkey)
Select Rudder feedb. then press MENU
Select Max starboard then press MENU
Turn the rudder to max starboard using the helm. Press MODE ( softkey)
Press or keys until Max Starboard reading is the same as the actual hard over rudder angle
Press MENU to confirm new setting
Press to highlight Max port. then press MENU
Turn rudder to max port using the helm. Press MODE ( softkey)
Press or keys until the Max Port reading is the same as the actual hard over rudder angle
Press MENU
Press to highlight Set Rudder 0 then press MENU
Turn the rudder until it is in the centre position
Press MODE ( softkey)to confirm rudder 0
5.2 Confirming the Drive Voltage
Press <1 key to return to DOCKSIDE MENU
Use the key to highlight Drive voltage press MENU
Highlight 12V or 24V according to the drive unit. Press MENU
! Selecting the wrong voltage may cause damage to the Autopilot Computer
5.3 Confirming the Drive Engage
Use the key to highlight Drive Engage. Press MENU
Highlight Clutch and press MODE ( softkey)
5.4 Execute a Rudder Test
!
Use the key to highlight Rudder Test. Press MENU
Centre the rudder and press 10> key ( softkey)
Wait for the automatic rudder test to complete. Once completed press MODE ( softkey)
Stand Clear of the Wheel as it Turns
Press STBY to return to Standby Mode
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5.5 Sea trial: Setting Rudder 0 and Calibrating the Compass.
With the pilot in Standby press MENU
Select Installation then press MENU
Select Commissioning then pressMENU
Select Seatrial then press MENU
Select Rudder 0 then press MENU. Steer the yacht dead ahead in a straight line and then press
MODE ( softkey)
Then carry out the compass calibration
Select Compass calibration then press MENU. Ensure that you have adequate sea room and
initiate a Port or Starboard turn taking approx 60-90 seconds for a full turn
Highlight Calibrate and press MENU to start automatic calibration. Follow on screen graphics to
increase or decrease the rate of turn.
When calibration is complete press MODE to confirm.
Check compass reading against a known heading or bearing and if it is necessary to apply an offset:
Highlight offset and press MENU
Adjust degrees to desired offset. Press MENU
Press STBY to return to STANDBY
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6 Autopilot Setup (vessels with Virtual Rudder Feedback)
The NSE also operates as a fully functional Autopilot control. When an NSE is installed the Autpilot can either be
commissioned from the NSE display or from the AP24 control head (if installed). The procedure using the Autopilot
control head is covered below.
The instructions below are for the AP24 Autopilot but are generally applicable to the AP28 as well.
6.1 Vessels with Virtual Rudder Feedback
If no rudder feedback is detected at first power on the autopilot will request Enable Virtual Rudder
Feedback? Press MODE ( softkey) to accept.
Note that in this mode the Boat Type is automatically set to Outboard
6.2 Confirming the Drive Voltage
Press <1 key to return to DOCKSIDE MENU
Use the key to highlight Drive voltage press MENU
Highlight 12V or 24V according to the drive unit. Press MENU
! Selecting the wrong voltage may cause damage to the Autopilot Computer
6.3 Confirming the Drive Engage
Use the key to highlight Drive Engage. Press MENU
Highlight Clutch and press MODE ( softkey)
6.4 Execute a Rudder Test
Use the key to highlight Rudder Test. Press MENU
Press 10> key ( softkey), if the rudder (engine) moves to make a starboard turn press the MODE
( softkey) to confirm. If not press the X softkey and repeat until rudder movement is seen.
Continue to follow instructions on display
Turn wheel hard over to starboard and then a little to port to release the hydraulic pressure, confirm
by pressing MODE ( softkey)
Press softkey and until the rudder reaches hard over to Port and release immediately.
The rudder will centre automatically and the display will show “Motor OK”
6.5 Sea trial: Setting Rudder 0 and Calibrating the Compass.
With the pilot in Standby press MENU
Select Installation then press MENU
Select Commissioning then pressMENU
Select Seatrial then press MENU
Select Rudder 0 then press MENU. Steer the yacht dead ahead in a straight line and then press
MODE ( softkey)
Then carry out the compass calibration
Select Compass calibration then press MENU. Ensure that you have adequate sea room and
initiate a Port or Starboard turn taking approx 60-90 seconds for a full turn
Highlight Calibrate and press MENU to start automatic calibration. Follow on screen graphics to
increase or decrease the rate of turn.
When calibration is complete press MODE to confirm.
Check compass reading against a known heading or bearing and if it is necessary to apply an offset:
Highlight offset and press MENU
Adjust degrees to desired offset. Press MENU
Press STBY to return to STANDBY
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7 AI50 Class B AIS
7.1
AI50 Installation
Note that the AI50 must be connected to its own GPS antenna. This is a requirement of the Class B AIS
regulations.
Note regarding connection to NX40: The NX40 receives AIS data via NMEA0183 port (FUEL/NAV). It will not
receive AIS data via SimNet. It is therefore necessary to make a connection between the AI50 NMEA output
and the NX40 FUEL/NAV port using cable AA010115.
The GB40 receives AIS information direct from SimNet so in this case it is only necessary to connect the AI50
direct to the SImNet network.
If not already done confirm that targets displayed on the AI50 are also displayed on the GB40 or NX40 (if
fitted).
7.2
AI50 Setup
The AI50 operates in receive only mode until the end user’s MMSI is programmed in. Programming the MMSI
is a simple procedure by following the onscreen prompts.
Language Setup:
Press the PWR key
Press the MENU key
Use the or keys and select System Setup,
From the submenu select Set Language
Scroll down to the language that you require and press MENU
Repeatedly press key to return to the main
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8 NAIS-300 Class B AIS
8.1
NAIS-300 Installation
Note that the NAIS-300 must be connected to its own GPS antenna. This is a requirement of the Class B AIS
regulations.
Note regarding connection to NX40: The NX40 receives AIS data via NMEA0183 port (FUEL/NAV). It will not
receive AIS data via SimNet. It is therefore necessary to make a connection between the NAIS-300 NMEA
output and the NX40 FUEL/NAV port using cable AA010115
All other Simrad navigation devices receive AIS information direct from SimNet so in this case it is only
necessary to connect the NAIS-300 direct to the SImNet network.
8.2
NAIS-300 Setup
If not already done confirm that AIS targets are displayed on the Navigation display.
The NAIS-300 operates in receive only mode until the end user’s MMSI is programmed in. Programming the
MMSI is done by connecting a laptop to the NAIS-300 using the supplied serial cable and then running the
software on the CD supplied with the unit.
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9 RS82/87 System VHF
9.1
Verify Position Data
Confirm GPS position is received:
Press the SHIFT key and the press the MENU key .
Scroll through the list using or keys and highlight VHF Items. Press OK
Scroll through the list using or keys, select Position View and press OK. Use the OK key to
toggle the Position View On and confirm correct position.
Switch position view off and press ON/C repeatedly to return to the main screen
9.2 RS82/87 VHF Setup
Check the channel configuration:
Scroll through the channels using the or keys and confirm that all necessary local channels are
available. If the channel set is incorrect it can be reconfigured using the PROEM programming kit.
9.3 RS82/87 MMSI Number
To enter the customer’s MMSI number
Press the SHIFT key and the press the MENU key .
Scroll through the list using or keys and highlight Numbers. Press OK
Scroll through the list using or keys, you should see Ship’s MMSI, Group MMSI and ATIS
Number.
Select Ship’s MMSI and press OK. Enter the MMSI using the numeric keypad and press OK. You will
be asked to confirm, re-enter the MMSI and press OK.
Press ON/C repeatedly to return to the main screen
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10 WR20 Wireless Remote Commander
10.1
10.2
WR20 Installation
The WR20 handset and WB20 basestation communicate wirelessly
over Bluetooth and are paired at the factory.
If the WR20 handset is to be used as a wireless VHF handset it is
essential to ensure that the cable from the VHF is connected to the
multipin connector on the WB20 Basestation.
WR20 Setup
Switch on all products on the network.
Switch on the WR20 Handset (PWR key) and allow it a short time to connect to the basestation.
Press the PRODUCT key and check that all relevant products are listed in the display. This confirms
that the WR20 is correctly setup.
Press and hold the PWR key on the WR20 for 3 seconds to switch the handset off.